Dr. Anthony Wolf is a practicing child psychologist and the author of numerous books including the bestselling and widely acclaimed, Get out of my life but first could you drive me and Cheryl to the Mall, A Parents' Guide to the New Teenager. He is often quoted in the national media, has had a regular column in CHILD Magazine, and currently writes a bi-weekly column on parenting teenagers for the Toronto Globe and Mail. He has appeared on many TV shows including The View, The Today Show and CBS This Morning, and is being featured in a PBS television special on tweens. He is a frequent and widely sought after lecturer for both parents and professional audiences, known for his humor and very practical advice.
Dr. Wolf is also one of The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility's National Advisory Board members, bringing his many years of experience to our organization. He has written many insightful advice articles directed at our Girl Talk audience helping girls to tackle some of their toughest problems and questions, as well as parenting advice articles directed towards parents of kids. He has spoken at many Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility events, including last year's Take Your Daughters and Sons to work day, alongside Nickelodeon's Donna Sabino.
Throughout the year, we will be posting articles by Dr. Wolf that might be of interest to parents. Check out his latest story in the Toronto Globe and Mail, "Raising Teens: Reasonable Resolutions".